[slime-devel] Slime with multi processing
asm198 at gmail.com
Tue Aug 2 15:33:35 UTC 2011
Thanks that's exactly what I was looking for, don't know how I missed it.
On Tue, Aug 2, 2011 at 10:15 AM, Helmut Eller <heller at common-lisp.net>wrote:
> * Andrew Myers [2011-08-02 13:34] writes:
> > Hello everyone,
> > I work on a Lisp project using Allegro Common Lisp and recently started
> > investigating using SLIME instead of the Franz's package. I had tried to
> > this about a year ago when I started this job but for various reasons
> > pursued it very far. I much prefer SLIME over the Franz package and have
> > most of the functionality I'm used to working already with the exception
> > multiprocessing debugging.
> > We have a few other threads running using the Franz Multiprocessing API
> > when using SLIME the output from these threads (both stdout and trace
> > only goes to the *inferior-lisp* buffer, it does not show up in the SLIME
> > repl. Can anyone point me to documentation on how to fix this? I've
> > looking through the SLIME manual and online but haven't been able to find
> > anything yet.
> If the output actually shows up in the *inferior-lisp* buffer then the
> easiest fix is: M-x slime-redirect-inferior-output
> This is an Emacs-side only solution and doesn't involve the Lisp-side.
> On the Lisp-side you can set SWANK:*GLOBALLY-REDIRECT-IO* in your
> ~/.swank.lisp. That should be documented in the manual.
> The stream to Emacs can be obtained with
> (swank::connnection.user-io (swank::default-connection))
> Perhaps you can to use that for your own tricks, e.g. with
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